Parishes across our diocese have a wonderful sense of community. Our parishes are made up of people who come from a vibrant range of backgrounds and experiences, brought together in unity by our faith.
To reflect this vibrancy across our diocese there are a number of Masses said in different languages.
On the fourth Sunday of every month at 3pm, Mass is celebrated in Italian at Saint Mary’s (The Hidden Gem La Gemma Nascosta), Mulberry Street, Manchester.
All are very welcome to attend.
A Mass said in Urdu is held at Christ Church, Carr Road, Nelson, quarterly.
Those who attend are invited to stay afterwards to enjoy some food together.
There are a number of Polish Masses held at St Ann’s, Ashton, each week.
They are held on Tuesday and Friday at 1pm, Wednesday at 7pm and Sunday at 12.30pm.
There is also a weekly Polish Mass held at Our Lady and St Patrick, Oldham, each week at 12.30pm. More info can be found here.
On the first Sunday of every month, people from across the diocese are invited to join the Cathedral parish in the celebration of an African Mass at the Cathedral of St John, Chapel Street, Salford. After Mass, refreshments are served in the Cathedral cloister.
For more information on the African Mass, you can email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mass in Chinese takes place monthly at Salford Cathedral. For future dates, follow the Cathedral on Instagram. All are welcome.
There are two weekly Masses for Portuguese speakers.
They are held on Sunday at 11am and Thursday at 7.30pm at St Edwards Church, 13 Thurloe Street, M14 5SG and Confession is open to those who would like to attend at 8pm on a Thursday or by appointment.
Mass in Eritrean takes place monthly at Salford Cathedral. For future dates, follow the Cathedral on Instagram. All are welcome.
Mass in Spanish takes place monthly at Salford Cathedral. For future dates, follow the Cathedral on Instagram. All are welcome.
Mass for the Zimbabwean Community
The Zimbabwe community celebrate a monthly Mass at Our Lady of Grace, Prestwich, usually on the last Sunday of the month, at 1.30 pm.
There is also a bimonthly Mass for the Zimbabwean community at St Thomas of Canterbury in Bolton. This Mass is ususally held on the second Sunday of the month at 1pm.
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